I have added some new great songs to the rotation of my internet radio station, Radio Roberto. I took those songs from Tribe Of Noise, they are Creative Commons and I hope you enjoy them.
Please support Radio Roberto, the radio station that plays songs that are not played on FM stations, tell your friends to tune in and consider to make a donation via PayPal to help me cover expenses. Thank you.
I haven’t been writing in this blog for such a long time. Anyway, I haven’t forgotten you listeners of Radio Roberto, which is a not-for-profit internet radio station I really care about. I have been regularly adding new song each week.
I take this opportunity to thank all the listeners who took the time to write me for congratulating about the music selection. There are listeners from all over the world and I want to thank you all!!!!!
Don’t forget that the music I play is Creative Commons and Copyleft, so a big thank you has to go to all the artists who have decided to distribute their songs in a different way!
Spread the word and help Radio Roberto grow. Enjoy the summer!
as you might have noticed, I haven’t been writing on Radio Roberto‘s Blog for nearly two months. The reason? I preferred to focus on adding new songs (released under Creative Commons & Copyleft) to my music archive.
As usual, I carefully listened to every song, before adding them to the playlist. I chose songs that I like, and I hope that my music taste meets yours. Enjoy!
I am happy to let you know that Radio Roberto has started to cooperate with La bél Netlabel, an independent label which releases under Creative Commons licences.
For more information, visit their website.
In the meantime, I want to say THANK YOU to Adriano of La bél Netlabel, who sent me his first playlist, titled “Sing A Song“, an eclectic selection of sophisticated sounds.
La bél Netlabel is partner of Radio Roberto
The songs played on Radio Roberto are all Creative Commons, Free Music or Copyleft.
Free music is music that is not managed by performance rights organizations (PRS, ASCAP, SOCAN, BMI, BUMA, GEMA, SIAE, SGAE, JASRAC etc).
Artists choose to protect their rights through specific non-exclusive licenses such as Creative Commons. “Free music” or “Copyleft” doesn’t necessarily mean free of charge, or devoid of any rights restrictions, it means “some rights reserved“. Artists define what rights they grant on their music through their choice of license.
Creative Commons offers licenses that enable musicians to protect their rights. Easy to use and compatible with internet standards, these non-exclusive rights enable the holders to authorize certain uses of their music, while still retaining the option of reserving commercial exploitation.